The Kardashian sisters are preparing to get the use of their wealth as evidence off their case against Blac Chyna. As the trial is coming up, Radar obtained documents, which reveal that the Kardashian/Jenner family requested for some key topics to be kept off the case.

Radar Online reports that Chyna’s lawsuit is mainly against her ex Rob Kardashian. She’s suing him for allegedly exposing explicit pictures of her to his millions of followers on social media after their breakup in 2017.

Blac Chyna is also coming after the Kardashian/Jenner sisters as well after accusing them of perpetrating lies about her abusing Rob. According to the court documents, she alleges that Kris Jenner started the rumor, and then passed it onto Kim Kardashian.

Chyna also holds the Kardashians responsible in getting her show alongside Rob, called Rob & Chyna canceled. Even though her show was up for a second season, her show ended up being canceled by E!. Chyna claims that the loss of the show has amounted to a loss in almost $1 million worth of earnings.


The Kardashians have publicly denied the allegations, while arguing that Chyna is more than capable in finding work. Radar reports that Khloe Kardashian looked at Blac Chyna’s OnlyFans account to prove that she has enough exposure and earnings to not worry about work.

The sisters are preparing to see Chyna in court, though they wish to keep the issue of wealth off the case. According to filed motion, the family wishes to exclude any evidence from the case that has an implication on their wealth. They believe that unless the jury grants a verdict that awards them damages, their wealth should be kept off the record. (Tramadol)

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Nitish Vashishtha

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